Noel Byrne Raps the Traffic News
Noel Byrne Raps the AA Roadwatch traffic news on 2fm!
Noel Byrne Raps the AA Roadwatch traffic news on 2fm!
Eoin Macken on DriveBy with Eoghan McDermott talking about The Night Shift Season 2!
Colm speaks to Wayne Carini, presenter of Chasing Classic Cars and owner of f40 Motorsport in America about a special Ferrari that is estimated to reach 35 million dollars.
Kirsty Blake Knox joins Colm in studio to chat about this week's Irish Showbiz Goss!
Miami Ink's Ami James joins us for the entire programme as he LIVE tattoos our competition winner Ellen Griffin. Ami is launching Love Hate Cork with Ross Nagle this week and both Ross and Guy Sahar are with us too!
This week's Comedian is the one and only PJ Gallagher, and he joins Colm in the studio to chat beards, gigging abroad and ear-wigging for ideas!
Remember Colin Furze who Colm spoke to during the week? He's the inventor who was planning on blasting a noisy fart to France! Well 'fart-day' has been and gone, but did the machine work? Colin joins Colm on the line.
Lee Weir joins Colm on the line, all the way from Aukland to chat about his world-record breaking tattoo sleeve! Lee has more Homer Simpson tattoos than anyone else.
Kirsty Blake Knox joins Colm in studio to chat about this week's entertainment news!
Frankie Fenton and Des Kelleher have raised tens of thousands on Kickstarter for their film The Good Reactor. They join Colm on the line to chat Kickstarter, as the online funding platform makes the move to the Irish market.
The comedian with (debatably) the most beautiful hair in the land, Steve Cummins, joins Colm in studio for a catch up!
Lily Devlin has written a song for the Monaghan Team - a re-working of Let It Go. Lily and her dad Davey chat with Colm, all the way from Austin, Texas!
Where do you stand on the hairy legs debate? Rosemary Mac Cabe joins Colm on the line!
Colm speaks to comic Katherine Ryan, Katherine will be at the Vodafone Comedy Festival.
Mike Griffin has been in Brazil throughout the World Cup and after the final he bagged this selfie with Mesut Ozil’s – one of the German players as he signed his shirt – Colm Hayes will be talking to Mike Live after Five today to hear about his epic adventures in Brazil.
Leinster and Irish International Jordi Murphy spoke to Colm about Rugby, World Cup and his new role as Men's Cancer Alliance Ambassador.
Siobhán Byrne Learat Founder & CEO of Adams & Butler drops into studio to give Colm the details of Kim & Kanye's honeymoon which she organised.
Clodagh chats to Colm about why Anchorman star David Koechner is in Ireland, Clodagh meet the star in Dublin last night.
Oliver chats to Colm ahead of tonights debut series of 'Callans Kicks'.
Anchorman Star David Koechner aka Champ Kind dropped into St. Jude’s GAA Club for a few pints. Paul Mangum, spoke to Colm about meeting the star.
Colm chats to the two Fair City stars Aoibheann McCaul & Aoibhin Garrihy about life in and out of the soap, and Dirty Dancing.
Actress Charlene McKenna chats to Colm about Dirty Dancing, the new season of Ripper Street.
Producer Karl Sydow chats to Colm about the show, Garth Brooks saga & acting.
*Warning* Possibly the most hilarious 9 minutes you are likely to hear all day! Galway farmer Seamus Leahy spoke with Colm live from the Bull Run in Pamplona.
Colm talks to 2fm’s weekend breakfast presenters Lottie Ryan and Eoghan McDermott about the movie ‘Dirty Dancing’ and challenges both ex-professional dancers to recreate the final dance ‘Time of my Life’ at the DriveBy Outside Broadcast on July10th at the Bord Gais Energy Theatre.
As Macklemore releases his ‘Tribute to Ireland’ Video – Colm talks to Eoin Cregan, the Booker at Twister Pepper – the club that gave Macklemore and Ryan Lewis their first gig in Dublin in 2011.
One of ESPN’s Football Pundits is Irish Man Tommy Smyth from Louth. He is famous for his language slip-ups using Irish words that Americans don’t understand, Colm chats to him about how he ended up in such a major role on US TV.
Snow Patrol’s drummer Jimmy Quinn chatted to Colm yesterday to highlight a great new music initiative sponsored by Guinness called ‘Amplify’.
Rory O’Neill aka Panti, chatted to Colm on Tuesday on the back of the breaking news that the Same Sex Marriage Referendum would take place in Spring 2015.
Colm chats with Al Porter on the announcement that the Same-sex marriage referendum will take place in Spring 2015
Our resident comedian Al Porter chats with Colm about the news of the week and much more!
Maeve Higgins chats with Colm live from New York ahead of The Vodafone Comedy Festival which takes place from Thursday 24th to Sunday 27th July.
Jason Byrne and PJ Gallagher chat with Colm from the launch of the Vodafone Comedy Festival which takes place from Thursday 24th to Sunday 27th July.
Norma Sheahan pays tribute to actor Rik Mayall. Norma played Rik's on-screen wife in RTÉ 2's Damo and Ivor.
The summer has come, and for many, including Marian Keyes, this means applying fake tan. This morning she got a delivery of the Tan Cosy, and she chats with Colm about this great new Irish product (and the Leaving Cert!)!
Comedian Gearoid Farrelly was on the line to talk about his new podcast chat-show ‘Fascinated’ - A light-hearted show in which guests who have done fascinating things reflect on their stories and journeys. Fascinated will be available on iTunes & Soundcloud from 25th January 2014
Dr Caitriona Henchion was on the line to talk about the importance of going for your regular smear test and how the screening process has proven to reduce the death rate of cervical cancer
Colm mentioned how Dutch speed skater Sjinkie Knegt was stripped of his silver medal for ‘giving the finger’ to the winner of the race that he came second in – What do you think? Is it fair to be stripped of a medal for being un-sportsman like?
Before you had children, did you have ideals of discipline that seemed to disappear when faced with reality? No telly, no sweets, no sleeping in your bed? Today Colm spoke to some parents who admitted that they may have let some things slide
Apparently Mom’s who listen to their favourite songs during labour feel less pain. Did you have a ‘birthing’ song? Colm spoke to some parents about the music that helped them through
Bressie was on the line to talk about last night’s episode of The Voice and why he picked Roel
Some stories from listeners on the times that their parents had mortified them!
There's an article in today's papers where celebs are revealing their favourite household tasks. So Colm has asked lovers of housework to get in touch and share their love of household tasks on the air!
The film Wolf of Wallstreet launches tonight in Ireland. Colm chats to Richard who has an extraordinary story of his time working on Wall Street.
Lottie Ryan is live in studio updating Colm on this week’s showbiz news and gossip. She has news on the Oscar Nominations, a new clothing line designed by Nicole Scherzinger, and Justin Bieber’s run in with the law. She also gives an update on what has been trending on twitter all this week.
With record temperatures in Australia this week, Colm hears from listeners in Oz about what it has been like living in 40 degrees plus!
With the transfer window in the Premiership due to close in the next couple of weeks, Damien O’Meara is Live in Studio to give an update on who has gone where so far, and those who are rumoured to be transferred before the end of the month.
Colm is chatting to listeners who have famous relatives, be they close or distant!
A piece on the net today suggests that a large percentage of people leave spare keys hidden outside their house so that they can get in if they forget their normal set. So Colm is asking people to text in anonymously to ask them where they leave theirs!
Colm chats with Amanda Fennelly who is reporting live from the first ever CAS Student Leaders Congress, an event aimed at promoting mental health awareness amongst young people.
Colm chats to Ray Madden, a pub owner who has banned e-cigarettes from his pub. He also hears from a number of listeners who give their opinions on the ban.
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